Clinical genomics in the world of the electronic health record

@article{Marsolo2013ClinicalGI,
  title={Clinical genomics in the world of the electronic health record},
  author={Keith Marsolo and S. Andrew Spooner},
  journal={Genetics in Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={786-791}
}
The widespread adoption of electronic health records presents a number of benefits to the field of clinical genomics. They include the ability to return results to the practitioner, to use genetic findings in clinical decision support, and to have data collected in the electronic health record that serve as a source of phenotypic information for analysis purposes. Not all electronic health records are created equal, however. They differ in their features, capabilities, and ease of use… CONTINUE READING
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